Black Swimming Association hiring three part-time volunteer roles

The new roles will help to spread the word of the BSA movement

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The Black Swimming Association (BSA) have put out a call for three part-time volunteer roles as they look to spread the word of the BSA movement.

The three roles will assist the BSA’s work to overcome barriers to swimming within the BAME community and drive participation, engagement and inclusions for people from BAME communities in aquatics.

The roles are as follows:

1 – Social Media Lead

This role will entail managing all of the BSA’s social media accounts, as well as producing content, and ensuring that we are both maintaining and growing our audience. Anyone with a background in social media and marketing is actively encouraged to get in touch.

2 - Administrative Assistant

This role will support the BSA in its everyday tasks, including managing our mailbox, recording team meetings, and essentially supporting the team with any administrative tasks that are necessary.

3 - Operations Lead

This role will work to create a strategic vision, and organisational model for the BSA. We are a brand new charity that is actively looking for a candidate with experience creating an operational model from the ground up. If that sounds like you, please get in touch.

For more information, contact the BSA at contactus@thebsa.co.uk

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